Microsoft Teams Meetings

Anywhere. Anytime. Any way.

With barrier-free communication, Teams meetings enable the Northeastern community to collaborate and meet on any device, anywhere, at any time—so innovation can start with anyone. Explore this page to find out more about joining, creating, and recording Teams meetings.  

Getting Started with Teams Meetings

Creating and joining Teams meetings is a breeze. Access Teams meetings through your Teams app or on the web.

Joining a Meeting

All meetings can be joined in Teams from your calendar or via dial-in number with a conference ID. Outside guests can be invited to join from the web. 

Create a meeting

All meetings can be joined in Teams from your calendar or via dial-in number with a conference ID. Outside guests can be invited to join from the web. 

Use Teams for Teaching and Learning

All faculty, students, and staff can present and share live and recorded lectures through Microsoft Teams. Teams meetings allow courses to be held virtually to collaborate and engage with up to 250 students.

Use Teams for Collaboration

Microsoft Teams is meant for collaboration anywhere. anytime. any way.

Teams supports multiple functionality to connect:

Recording Teams Meetings

When you attend or host a Teams meeting, you can record it for later use (attendees will be notified when they are being recorded). All meeting recordings will be saved to OneDrive and SharePoint in Office 365.

Recorded meeting files will be saved in the OneDrive account of the user who selects Record. For Teams channel meetings, the recording will always be saved in the SharePoint site in the Recordings folder in the Files tab for that channel.

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